Chris Brown is getting ready to face the music after "allegedly" pummeling Rihanna, but his legal team is apparently still getting its act together.
A private court meeting had originally been called for Monday, March 23, at his legal team's request. On Friday, the in-chambers hearing was postponed, purportedly for scheduling conflicts. At some point later, it was canceled altogether.
"The next date [in Chris Brown's felony case] is April 6 for the defendant's arraignment. The hearing is not being rescheduled," said a court clerk.
E! previously reported that the 19-year-old singer's attorney, Mark Geragos, has been trying to work out a plea deal, or to prevent Rihanna from testifying, but Geragos has declined to comment on why the meeting was nixed.
Chris Brown in his baby-faced, squeaky-clean image days.
Brown's manager (we don't know if this is Tina Davis or someone else) reportedly denied an earlier story alleging the meeting was called because Brown was looking to ditch Geragos, his management and PR team in one fell swoop.
The embattled Brown faces two serious felony counts - assault likely to produce great bodily injury and making criminal threats - stemming from the alleged February 8 altercation with Rihanna following a Grammys pre-party.
Brown was not required to be in court for this week's hearing. No word on whether he and Natasha Ellie had been getting it on and sending booty call texts.